Increasing performance with Fast Browsing combined with Quick Preview


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Increasing performance with Fast Browsing combined with Quick Preview

A major improvement under the hood in Aperture 3.3 is Fast Browsing. Now, this takes effect while you're importing images from your memory card and first looking at them in Aperture. We are in the Import dialog box right now, and I have a whole bunch of RAW files ready to come into the application, 352 to be exact. That's a lot of RAW files. Now, in the old days, I wouldn't be able to do much meaningful work until all those files came in and the previews were generated, all that stuff.

As you will see, things have changed. What fast browsing does is that it reads the embedded JPEG in each of these RAW files. The camera actually puts a JPEG in the RAW file container. It will read all of those, it will present those to us first in Aperture and then continue to do the importing process in the background. What that means is that we'll be able to start rating and adding metadata to our images, even before import is over. Sounds really cool, doesn't it? Well, let's take a look at ...

Increasing performance with Fast Browsing combined with Quick Preview
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Increasing performance with Fast Browsing combined with Quick Preview provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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